Which Indian cricketer is known as "Brown Bradman"?

What organisation was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1917, 1944 and 1963?

The term "Grand Slam" was first applied to whose achievement of winning the 4 major golf events of 1930?

A "mufti" is a legal expert in what religion?

Puffin and Penguin, now Penguin Random, are associated with what?

What does the SI unit "Newton" measure?

What was the nickname for a 1913 British Act of Parliament that enabled suffragettes on hunger strike to be.............

On 1 July 1967, what was the first official colour broadcast transmitted on television in the UK?

In 2006 Monty Panesar became the first person of what religion to play test cricket for England?

Which King was less than a year old when he became King of England?

The symbol is made from three concentric circles and three equally spaced diameters of the large circle. The diameter of the large circle is 12, the diameter of small circle is 4 and the diameter of smallest circle is 2. What is the area of the symbol (shaded region) ?

[(area of large circle-area of small circle)/2]+area of smallest circle = [(36π-4π)/2]+π =16π+π =17π is the answer

A rectangle has a side length equal to 10. Two semicircles are constructed with their diameters equal to the length of 10 and along opposite sides of the rectangle, as shown. A circle is inscribed between the intersection points of the semicircles and tangent to the two sides of 10 on the rectangle. What is the area of the shaded region in which the two semicircles are overlapping?

Right triangle ABC is rotated and translated to A’B’C’, as shown below, with B’ exterior to ABC. What is the area of the shaded region BDC divided by the area of the entire shape BADB’A’B?

The 2 diagonals of this rectangle divide it into 4 triangles.

If the area of the shaded region is 42, then what is the area of the rectangle?